Happy New Year from all of us at Richmond Art Center!
Wasn’t 2022 beautiful?
We’re looking forward to new adventures together in the New Year.
And if you can, please consider supporting our End-of-Year Appeal. Your donation – any amount – will support Richmond Art Center’s free gallery admission, exhibitions, education programs, and community outreach.
Ways to Donate:
- Online: www.mightycause.com/donate/Richmond-Art-Center
- Mail a Check: Richmond Art Center, 2540 Barrett Ave, Richmond, CA 94804
- Phone: 510-620-6772 (please leave a message and we’ll call you back)
Other ways you can support Richmond Art Center:
- Become a Member: All members receive a 10% discount on studio art classes. See all membership levels and benefits.
- Purchase a RAC Gift Card: The perfect gift for creative folks, or folks who need a nudge towards accessing their creativity! More info…
- Volunteer: Volunteers support our teachers, help with community events, get involved with outreach and more. Learn how you can start volunteering today.
- Tell your network about us! Invite your friends and family to sign up for our e-newsletter or follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
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1. Youth students in the print studio during the summer class Framing Identity
2. JB Broussard and Donna Gatson were artists in the Luminaries exhibition series celebrating 25 years of Art of the African Diaspora
3. The installation of Rebeca García-González’s new mural in the Community Gallery, We Found Joy In Art-Making / Encontramos La Felicidad Haciendo Arte
4. Students creating beads in the class Glass Beads and More! (Register now for this class starting again in January! Beginners welcome.)
5. Art Hazelwood demonstrates Emmy Lou Packard’s press in action for the exhibition Emmy Lou Packard: Artist of Conscience
6. Mictlanmanalli Ceremony led by Ernesto Olmos at Día de los Muertos, Fall Family Day
7. Mictlanmanalli Ceremony
8. Photo shoot at a Fencelines Community Workshop
9. A young visitor admires the mural Portals thru Powerful Prayers of Healing by Keena Azania Romano, Leslie Dime Lopez, Vanessa Agana Espinoza Solari, Yazmin Shi Shi Madriz and members of the community for the exhibition Collective Card is our Best Protection
10. Unveiling of Who Decides? S.P.O.T.S. The Game by youth participants in the summer mural program